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Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group

IWDIG

 

 

Aims to support and encourage everyone involved in digital imaging and photography whether practised as a creative, leisure or professional activity…

The IWDIG meets every Wednesday 7:30 – 9:30 pm at Dimbola Museum & Galleries, Terrace Lane, Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight, PO40 9QE. For further information please contact us through this website..

 

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Studio Photography Event Freshwater Live July 2016

IWDIG Studio LightsIWDIG (Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group) is pleased to be supporting this year’s Freshwater Live event.

A FREE walk-in studio photography event will be taking place at Dimbola Museum & Galleries, on Saturday 16th July 2016 between 2 – 6pm.

If you’ve always wanted to try studio photography, learn the basics of lighting or just take the opportunity to shoot a professional model, or if you would just like to have your portrait taken or to be a model why not pop along to Dimbola Museum & Galleries on Saturday 16th July 2016. Continue reading

Isle of Wight Photographer of the Year Exhibition Gatcombe Manor

Gatcombe Mildren HomesOpen invitation to the IWPOY Exhibition Launch at Gatcombe Manor Mildren Homes.
We are very pleased to be able to announce the second IWPOY exhibition for 2016 and we would like to take this opportunity to invite everyone to the launch on Saturday 14th May 2016, Gatcombe Manor open event between 3 to 6pm hosted by the competition’s main sponsor Mildren Homes.
If you would like to come along, at any time during the afternoon, we will be very pleased to see you and you will have the opportunity to view the exhibition gallery including the winners and all 30 of the shortlisted entries.

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Tales From The Desktop – New Feature

Against our better judgement, we have decided to publish a regular new feature ‘Tales from the Desktop’ by F Stop. This is an in depth look at camera clubs from should we say a slightly different perspective.

We have had a word with F Stop and decided a little illustration may help the readers in setting the scene. So read on and “we can see a face of Agatha” in there. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent, Thanks to F Stop and we hope you enjoy Episode 1:

It was a Tuesday evening in deepest, darkest Wroxall. Gerry, who ran the local photographic digital imaging group, was sat at his computer. The house was silent except for the gentle sound of sobbing. It was Gerry who was sobbing as he gazed, with bewilderment, at the images that had been dropping into his inbox all evening. Continue reading

Tis the Season to be Jolly at the Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group 2015

Tis the season to be jolly and where better for our members to get in the spirit than at the annual Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group Christmas soiree at Dimbola.

A special thanks to Amanda for all of her hard work in putting together the superb Christmas Dinner as always, nobody went home hungry we’re sure!

Interested photographers of all abilities are invited to welcome in the New Year with us when we resume sessions on 6th January 2016.

IWDIG Review 2015 and Christmas Soiree photo card below…. Continue reading

Clocks Go Back – Photographers Get Set To Capture The Hour

On Sunday 25th October the clocks go back and we will gain an extra hour, lets capture ‘The Hour’ as a snapshot in time.

On Sunday as British Summer Time ends, choose any hour capture some photos and post them to our IWDIG Facebook Page Link For those photographers without a Facebook  account, capture some images from your chosen hour and send your images via email to IWDIG. Continue reading

Annual Worldwide Photo Walk On Wight In Julia Margaret Cameron Footsteps

iwdig2015This year on Saturday October 3rd 2015 we will be walking in one of the most important photographers of the nineteenth century Julia Margaret Cameron’s (1815-1879) footsteps.
Our annual IWDIG Photowalk as planned to coincide with the bicentenary celebrations of Julia, now celebrated as a pioneering portraitist will take place around Freshwater Bay.  As always, the event is free to attend.
There are still a few places available so if you’d like to meet and swap ideas with other photographers and checkout some of the latest Elinchrom gear you must reserve your place now at: www.kelbyone.com/photowalk  click on Join This Photo Walk.

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